A08418 Summary:

BILL NOA08418A
 
SAME ASSAME AS S06553-A
 
SPONSORMayer
 
COSPNSRJaffee, Rozic, Barrett, Buchwald, Brook-Krasny, Clark, Skoufis, Steck, Cook, Otis, Jacobs, Galef, Scarborough, Perry, Robinson, Crespo, Lupardo, Fahy, Titus
 
MLTSPNSRBraunstein, Brennan, Markey, Rivera, Thiele
 
Add SS483-g, amd SS17 & 2, Soc Serv L; amd S305, Ed L
 
Directs the council on children and families to establish an online listing and map of publicly funded or registered afterschool and school age child care programs.
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A08418 Actions:

BILL NOA08418A
 
01/15/2014referred to children and families
03/04/2014reported
03/06/2014advanced to third reading cal.489
03/10/2014passed assembly
03/10/2014delivered to senate
03/10/2014REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
06/12/2014recalled from senate
06/12/2014vote reconsidered - restored to third reading
06/12/2014amended on third reading 8418a
06/18/2014repassed assembly
06/18/2014returned to senate
06/18/2014COMMITTED TO RULES
06/20/2014SUBSTITUTED FOR S6553A
06/20/20143RD READING CAL.1669
06/20/2014PASSED SENATE
06/20/2014RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
12/17/2014delivered to governor
12/29/2014vetoed memo.572
12/29/2014tabled
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A08418 Floor Votes:

DATE:03/10/2014Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 134/0
AbbateYCurranYHawleyYMarkeyYQuartYSteckY
AbinantiYCusickYHeastieYMayerYRaYStirpeY
ArroyoYCymbrowitzYHennesseyYMcDonaldYRaiaYSweeneyY
AubryYDavilaYHevesiYMcDonoughYRamosYTediscoY
BarclayYDenDekkerYHikindYMcKevittYRiveraYTenneyY
BarrettYDinowitzYHooperYMcLaughlinYRobertsYThieleY
BenedettoYDiPietroYJacobsYMillerYRobinsonYTitoneY
BlankenbushYDupreyYJaffeeYMillmanYRodriguezYTitusY
BorelliYEnglebrightYJohnsYMontesanoYRosaYWalterY
BraunsteinYFahyYKatzYMorelleYRosenthalYWeinsteinY
BrennanYFarrellYKavanaghYMosleyYRozicYWeisenbergER
BrindisiYFinchERKearnsYMoyaERRussellYWeprinY
BronsonYFitzpatrickYKellnerYNojayYRyanYWrightY
Brook-KrasnyYFriendYKimYNolanYSaladinoYZebrowskiY
BuchwaldYGalefYKolbYOaksYSantabarbaraYMr SpkrY
ButlerYGanttYLalorYO'DonnellYScarboroughY
CahillYGarbarinoYLavineYOrtizYSchimelY
CamaraERGiglioYLentolYOtisYSchimmingerY
CerettoYGjonajYLiftonYPalmesanoYSepulvedaY
ClarkYGlickYLopezYPalumboYSimanowitzY
ColtonYGoldfederERLupardoYPaulinYSimotasER
CookYGoodellYLupinacciYPeoples-StokesYSkartadosY
CorwinYGottfriedYMageeYPerryYSkoufisY
CrespoYGrafYMagnarelliYPichardoYSolagesY
CrouchYGuntherYMalliotakisYPretlowYStecY

DATE:06/18/2014Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 136/0
AbbateYCurranYHawleyYMarkeyYQuartYSteckY
AbinantiYCusickYHeastieYMayerYRaYStirpeY
ArroyoYCymbrowitzYHennesseyYMcDonaldYRaiaYSweeneyY
AubryYDavilaYHevesiYMcDonoughYRamosYTediscoY
BarclayYDenDekkerYHikindYMcKevittYRiveraYTenneyER
BarrettYDinowitzYHooperYMcLaughlinYRobertsYThieleY
BenedettoYDiPietroYJacobsYMillerYRobinsonYTitoneY
BlankenbushYDupreyYJaffeeYMillmanYRodriguezYTitusY
BorelliYEnglebrightYJohnsYMontesanoYRosaYWalterY
BraunsteinYFahyYKatzYMorelleYRosenthalYWeinsteinY
BrennanYFarrellYKavanaghYMosleyYRozicYWeisenbergER
BrindisiYFinchYKearnsYMoyaYRussellYWeprinY
BronsonYFitzpatrickYKellnerABNojayYRyanYWrightY
Brook-KrasnyYFriendYKimYNolanYSaladinoYZebrowskiY
BuchwaldYGalefYKolbYOaksYSantabarbaraYMr SpkrY
ButlerYGanttYLalorYO'DonnellYScarboroughY
CahillYGarbarinoYLavineYOrtizYSchimelY
CamaraERGiglioYLentolYOtisYSchimmingerY
CerettoYGjonajYLiftonYPalmesanoYSepulvedaY
ClarkYGlickYLopezYPalumboYSimanowitzY
ColtonYGoldfederYLupardoYPaulinYSimotasY
CookYGoodellYLupinacciYPeoples-StokesYSkartadosY
CorwinYGottfriedYMageeYPerryYSkoufisY
CrespoYGrafYMagnarelliYPichardoYSolagesY
CrouchYGuntherYMalliotakisYPretlowYStecY

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A08418 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                         8418--A
                                                                Cal. No. 489
 
                   IN ASSEMBLY
 
                                    January 15, 2014
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by  M.  of  A.  MAYER,  JAFFEE,  ROZIC,  BARRETT,  BUCHWALD,
          BROOK-KRASNY, CLARK, SKOUFIS, STECK, COOK, OTIS, JACOBS, GALEF,  SCAR-
          BOROUGH,  PERRY, ROBINSON, CRESPO, LUPARDO, FAHY, TITUS -- Multi-Spon-
          sored by -- M. of A.  BRAUNSTEIN, BRENNAN, MARKEY, RIVERA,  THIELE  --

          read  once  and  referred to the Committee on Children and Families --
          ordered to a third reading -- passed by Assembly and delivered to  the
          Senate,  recalled  from  the  Senate, vote reconsidered, bill amended,
          ordered reprinted, retaining its place on the order of third reading
 
        AN ACT to amend the social services law, in relation  to  directing  the
          council  on  children  and families to establish an online listing and
          map of publicly funded or registered afterschool and school age child-
          care programs and to expand the duties of the commissioner  of  social
          services; and to amend the education law, in relation to expanding the
          duties of the commissioner of education
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 

     1    Section 1. The social services law is amended by adding a new  section
     2  483-g to read as follows:
     3    §  483-g. List of child care providers.  1. The council, in accordance
     4  with information made available to it by  the  office  of  children  and
     5  family  services  pursuant  to  section  seventeen  of  this chapter and
     6  provided to it by the state education  department  pursuant  to  section
     7  three  hundred  five of the education law, shall develop and make avail-
     8  able through a link on its website:
     9    (a) a listing of:
    10    (1) all recipients of competitive grants awarded  or  administered  by
    11  the  state  for  the  purpose  of  providing:  (i) afterschool or summer
    12  programs as defined in section two of this chapter, or extended learning

    13  time, including but not limited to  grants  for  such  purposes  awarded
    14  under section thirty-six hundred forty-one of the education law; or (ii)
    15  community schools, including but not limited to grants for such purposes
    16  awarded under section thirty-six hundred forty-one of the education law;
    17  and
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD13374-03-4

        A. 8418--A                          2
 
     1    (2)  all  registered school age child care providers registered by the
     2  office of children and family services; and
     3    (b) a map displaying the locations of the award recipients and provid-

     4  ers described in subparagraph one of paragraph (a) of this subdivision.
     5    2.  The listing shall include for each grant recipient or provider the
     6  recipient's or provider's name, the address  at  which  the  program  is
     7  offered,  and  the name and phone number of an individual who is author-
     8  ized to answer questions regarding the program.
     9    3. The listing and map described in subdivision one  of  this  section
    10  shall  be  updated  no  less than once a year. The listing and map shall
    11  also be updated within ninety days of the date of execution  or  expira-
    12  tion  of  contracts  with  grant  recipients when all such contracts are
    13  executing or expiring for a particular competitive grant.

    14    4. The council may include locations and  information  for  additional
    15  relevant programs as it sees fit.
    16    §  2.  Subdivisions  (h)  and (i) of section 17 of the social services
    17  law, subdivision (h) as added  and  subdivision  (i)  as  relettered  by
    18  section 1 of part K-3 of chapter 57 of the laws of 2007, and subdivision
    19  (i)  as  amended by chapter 110 of the laws of 1971, are amended to read
    20  as follows:
    21    (h) make available on its website all award  allocations  for  request
    22  for  proposals issued by the office of children and family services upon
    23  release of such awards. Such information shall also include  all  organ-
    24  izations  requesting  funding and the amounts requested for each request
    25  for proposal. The office  of  children  and  family  services  may  also
    26  include  any  other  information  related  to each program that it deems

    27  appropriate[.];
    28    (i) make available to the council on children  and  families,  through
    29  the  OpenNY website, information regarding: (1) all recipients of grants
    30  awarded or administered by the  state  for  the  purposes  of  providing
    31  afterschool  or  summer programs as defined in section two of this chap-
    32  ter, extended learning time, including but not  limited  to  grants  for
    33  such  purposes awarded under section thirty-six hundred forty-one of the
    34  education law, or community schools, including but not limited to grants
    35  for such purposes awarded under section thirty-six hundred forty-one  of
    36  the  education  law;  and (2) registered school age child care providers

    37  registered by the office of children and family services. For each grant
    38  recipient or provider the recipient's or provider's name, the address at
    39  which the program is offered, and the name and phone number of an  indi-
    40  vidual  who is authorized to answer questions regarding the program will
    41  be made available through the OpenNY website no less than  once  a  year
    42  and  within  ninety  days  of  the  date  of  execution or expiration of
    43  contracts with grant recipients when all such contracts are executing or
    44  expiring for a particular competitive grant; and
    45    (j) exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be
    46  imposed by law.
    47    § 3. Section 305 of the education law  is  amended  by  adding  a  new
    48  subdivision 52 to read as follows:

    49    52.  The  commissioner  shall  provide  to the council on children and
    50  families, in a format identified by the council,  information  regarding
    51  all  recipients  of  grants awarded or administered by the state for the
    52  purposes of providing afterschool  or  summer  programs  as  defined  in
    53  section  two of the social services law, extended learning time, includ-
    54  ing but not limited to grants for such purposes  awarded  under  section
    55  thirty-six  hundred  forty-one  of  this  chapter, or community schools,
    56  including but not limited to grants  for  such  purposes  awarded  under

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     1  section  thirty-six  hundred  forty-one  of this chapter. For each grant

     2  recipient or provider the recipient's or provider's name, the address at
     3  which the program is offered, and the name and phone number of an  indi-
     4  vidual  who is authorized to answer questions regarding the program will
     5  be provided to the council no less than once a year  and  within  ninety
     6  days  of  the  date  of  execution or expiration of contracts with grant
     7  recipients when all such contracts  are  executing  or  expiring  for  a
     8  particular competitive grant.
     9    § 4. Section 2 of the social services law is amended by adding two new
    10  subdivisions 39 and 40 to read as follows:
    11    39.  "Afterschool  program" shall mean a program conducted outside the
    12  regular school day whereby students can participate in enrichment activ-

    13  ities including but not limited to athletics, academic enrichment,  art,
    14  music,  drama,  academic  tutoring,  mentoring,  community  services and
    15  related programs that will promote positive youth development,  physical
    16  and/or  emotional  wellness,  educational  achievement,  and/or  school,
    17  civic, family and community engagement.
    18    40. "Summer program" shall mean a program conducted outside the  regu-
    19  lar  school  year  whereby students can participate in enrichment activ-
    20  ities including but not limited to athletics, academic enrichment,  art,
    21  music,  drama,  academic  tutoring,  mentoring,  community  services and
    22  related programs that will promote positive youth development,  physical

    23  and/or  emotional  wellness,  educational  achievement,  and/or  school,
    24  civic, family and community engagement, and shall not  include  required
    25  summer  school programming pursuant to section thirty-six hundred two of
    26  the education law.
    27    § 5. This act shall take effect on the ninetieth day  after  it  shall
    28  have become a law.
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